After one last snowstorm, spring has finally truly arrived and many of our community’s green thumbs are itching to get both their thumbs and all their fingers in the dirt.
Growing a vegetable or herb garden is a relaxing pastime that a family can share together and a way for an individual or a family to save money on grocery bills. It’s also simply fun and satisfying to plant a seed and nurture its growth into a plant.
On Monday, May 13, at Marshall Public Library, lifelong gardener and owner of the online business dadsgardenseeds.com Glenn Cox will present a program on growing your own garden. He will also discuss an important but often overlooked component of healthy gardens: honeybees.
The program begins at 7:00 p.m. and admission is free to all members of our community. Everyone in attendance will get a free packet of seeds. This is a great all-ages, family program. For more information on this program, please call Amy at the library at 232-1263 ext. 106.
Amy Campbell, Reference Librarian